Friday, 30 November 2012

10 Times TIME's Person Of The Year Wasn't Really A Person

TIME's Man of the Year tradition started in 1927, allegedly because editors hastily concocted a reason to have Charles Lindbergh on the cover after omitting his trans-Atlantic flight from the magazine. Since Chuck's win, the title has been awarded 83 more times.

Here are 10 winners who were groups of people, generic people, or things.

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